The main purpose of writing a research paper is to enable an individual read your work selectively. In some cases, you may be required to write a research report as a summary of the article to determine its relevance to the study.
Generally, a research report includes sections that are ought to be written on each new page. The sections that should be present in the report differ with schools and type of report, but your report should adhere to the general standard.
• Literature cited
Select the most informative title that is not complex to deal with and can be resourced extensively. In the title also include the names and addresses of all authors, also the date the report is submitted.
Give a brief summary of the study, majorly focusing on your results and conclusions. It should be in a single paragraph and very short. An abstract should be able to stand on its own and not refer to any other part of the report.
Introduce the logic behind the study, stating
The whole question and its relevance to science.
Significance of the results to the overall question
Suitability of the tentative model to the general problem.
The main purpose of this section is to record all your work so that part or all of it can be reproduced. It should not necessarily be in a chronological order, but they need to be in headings devoted to specific procedures.
Analyze the data and present the analyzed in the form of figures, table, or in narrative form. All data should be only presented only once in the most efficient manner. To give the results steadiness, describe the relationship of each converted data to the whole study.
Interpret all your data in the discussion. Explain all the observations broadly, putting emphasis on the mechanism. Decide if the experimental strategy sufficiently addressed the hypothesis, and whether or not it was properly controlled.
Indicate all the literature cited in your report in alphabetical order. In a good report, only primary literature is included. Include the reference unless stated otherwise.